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A Sewing Table Can Save And Create Space

If you are a sewing enthusiast then you understand the importance of having a sewing table that makes your sewing work easy rather than being a hindrance and frustration.
There are a number of designs that you can consider to maximize the available space on your sewing table, including the U shape, L shape, or I shaped sewing tables. Space in the house is always at a premium. As a lover of sewing, it can feel like a luxury to find enough room to place a sewing table in the corner of the family room, let alone having sufficient space to allocate an entire room for your sewing activities. If you don't have the space for a full sewing table in the available space, there are compact tables that you can expand when you need to use them. They easily fold back to around half the size when you are not using them. If you do not have the financial means to buy the sewing table that you dream of, an innovative idea is to create extra space by using stackable containers or boxes to store supplies, using wall shelves to maximize the space you do have, and place your sewing equipment out of the reach of children. The ideal is to have a sewing table with ample workspace and storage space. Sewing requires a lot of sewing supplies and they are always a number of things that you need within arm's reach.

To maximize the available space on your sewing table you can use things like sewing baskets to organize the sewing supplies and always have it within reach when needed; you can place several sewing books in a small book rack that you use when you create different designs; a finger tip cushion is a must-have; as well as a sewing table caddy where you can place those items that need to be within reach but still out of the way. If you can afford it, the best idea is to design and have your own custom sewing table manufactured to perfectly fit your particular needs and make the best use of whatever room you have available. There are many sewing tables on the market that can not only be space savers, but can also create space by incorporating very clever storage ideas that you can either benefit from by buying that particular sewing table or incorporating some of the ideas into your own design. Find more sewing and craft information at BestCraftsPro.com, including advice on how to get creative with a Bernina sewing machine.

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Comment by Stormee Bryant on June 24, 2008 at 5:19pm
I love my sewing table, it is one of those 8' folding tables, I purchased it at Walmart. It is long enough to put both my sergers, my sewing machine, and also my blindsticher. Plus there is plenty of room behind the machines where I can put baskets and whatever>then underneath I have my pattern box and box of threads. I also use the same table on the other side of my sewing room with all the bins of my fabric stash. The good part about it is these tables are the perfect height and they are very sturdy, and another good thing was the price. $40 each.

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